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This 2003 Hyundai Santa Fe was brought in because the customer initially told Integrity Automotive’s certified mechanic that they needed a new serpentine belt. Our certified car-care specialist replaced the serpentine belt and sent the customer on their way.

Shortly thereafter the customer was back when they threw their serpentine belt again. This time the Integrity Automotive certified car care specialist asked more detailed questions and found out that the power steering pump was sticking/failing. This issue was causing additional friction which led to the serpentine belt burning originally and caused it to jump off the pulleys the second go round.

Remember there is no judgment, tell your doctors AND your mechanics the truth. The only one you are hurting is yourself when you keep things to yourself. Small details can sometimes be the biggest help.

At Integrity Automotive our goal is to honestly inform our customers of their options and let them choose what is best for their car/truck and their pocketbook. Integrity Automotive prides itself on its upfront pricing with no hidden costs and whenever possible gives the customer multiple options to fit their needs and price range. Integrity Automotive’s goal has always been to help people make their car or truck better and more reliable.


The owner of this 2006 Jeep Commander was having issues with their air conditioning and as we all know that is an emergency around Northern Nevada! Well the owner did the unthinkable and took their Jeep to another shop. Yes we know, we couldn’t believe it either. But they did and the “other shop” quoted them over $2,000 to fix their air conditioning! Well luckily the owner thought that was a little steep so brought their Commander to Integrity Automotive’s certified car care specialists for a second opinion.

Integrity Automotive’s certified mechanics did a little research and found that the fix would be minimal and charged the customer less than $200 including parts and labor.

If you went somewhere else to get your car repaired and question the quote or anything else about your service, give Integrity Automotive a call for a second opinion.

As you can see in this video Integrity Automotive’s certified car-care specialist Chris is at an unusual angle inside this 2015 Chevy Equinox. The customer was of course in a hurry and tried to bring the power passenger seat back up and sure enough, nothing.

The customer tried to fix the issue themselves and unfortunately got the chair stuck even farther back.

Yes, Integrity Automotive’s certified mechanics fix car repairs, but we also fix Murphy’s Law’s! If you have an issue with your car or truck give Integrity Automotive’s car care specialists a call to schedule an appointment today.

This 2010 Ford Explorer is a perfect example of issues that can develop from using after-market parts. The customer noted a check engine light, ran the code, and noticed it was an oxygen sensor. They went ahead and replaced the sensor with an after-market sensor. But that pesky check engine light still would not go away.


Because after-market parts aren’t quite the same as OEM parts; and in the case of this Ford Explorer, the after-market part did not keep the oxygen level within the acceptable range for the car so that pesky light kept popping up.

Rather than continuing to waste their time and money or possibly make the problem worse, this customer did the right thing and brought their Ford Explorer to Integrity Automotive. After our certified mechanic listened to the customer on what they had already tried, our car-care specialist went ahead and replaced the oxygen sensor with an OEM factory sensor. Sure enough, no more pesky check engine light!

If you have a check engine light that will not go away, DON’T IGNORE IT! Give Integrity Automotive’s mechanics a call today so we can figure out what the problem really is and get it fixed before a small problem becomes a really big one.

Integrity Automotive’s certified mechanics wanted to highlight this common issue they have been seeing lately. We have found this same issue in both Dodge Ram and Ford trucks. The customer usually calls Integrity Automotive’s car specialists after they notice a misfire or after they have repaired multiple issues from codes the check engine light sends. Yet that evil light keeps coming back!

So, what is the culprit?

The camshaft! The camshaft controls the inlet and exhaust of the air fuel mixture in the combustion chamber. As Integrity Automotive’s certified car care specialist explains in this video there are some small components that work along with the camshaft such as the lifters or rocker arms that have needle bearings in them that are failing and breaking. When these little things fail, they cause major damages.

If you have noticed your truck just not running as well as it used too, or you have that pesky check engine light that keeps turning on, no matter how many parts you have replaced, give Integrity Automotive a call and have one of our certified mechanics take a look and see if this is the issue you are having.

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